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John C Member on Episode 593: Strong Sad Trogdor Fenzel

The quote I wanted to throw in, but couldn’t track down, was the one about finally coming up with a great name… more

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Matthew Wrather OTI Staff on Episode 593: Strong Sad Trogdor Fenzel

I’ve always liked the version that goes, “There are only two hard things in Computer Science: Cache invalidation,… more

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John C Member on Episode 593: Strong Sad Trogdor Fenzel

I point everybody to Phil Karlton’s statement on the subject, “there are only two hard things in Computer Science:… more

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John C Member on Episode 592: We Have to Do the Thing that We Have to Do in the Movie

Jumping off of the action movie discussion towards the end, I feel like nobody does “straight genre” anymore, possibly… more

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Margo on Episode 592: We Have to Do the Thing that We Have to Do in the Movie

Thank you for see Terminator: Dark Fate so I don’t have to.

Thank you as well for your clear definition of… more

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Grumpy on Episode 592: We Have to Do the Thing that We Have to Do in the Movie

And regarding the ever-enlarging prophetic circle… that’s the main structural change in this movie compared to… more

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Grumpy on Episode 592: We Have to Do the Thing that We Have to Do in the Movie

More constructively…
Re: problems with action circuitry
The simplest solution, which I found myself wishing… more

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Grumpy on Episode 592: We Have to Do the Thing that We Have to Do in the Movie

(…which is what you’re saying.)

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Grumpy on Episode 592: We Have to Do the Thing that We Have to Do in the Movie

Ah, but Grace is also alive in the present and could’ve watched Jurassic Park as a girl, before nu-Judgment Day.

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Three Act Destructure on Episode 592: We Have to Do the Thing that We Have to Do in the Movie

I suspect that what Matt is reacting to when he says that we don’t make action movies anymore is a more general… more

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Junji Ito’s Eyes

There’s something about the eyes in a Junji Ito drawing that creates a subtle atmosphere of horror even when nothing horrific is happening.